OCEAN CITY- The second annual Storm Warriors 5K run and walk for the benefit of the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum is set for this weekend with a 9 a.m. start on Saturday.
Proceeds from the second-ever Storm Warriors 5K are going to the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum at the foot of the Boardwalk for a variety of purposes including exhibits, artifact collection, building upkeep and its interactive programs throughout the year. The museum, designed to help residents and visitors experience the historical role performed by surfmen during the heyday of the Life Saving Station, is a non-profit which primarily receives funding from donations and fundraisers. Last year, the inaugural Storm Warriors 5K, produced by OC Tri Running, was held and began at the museum and continued along the Boardwalk to 17th Street. A total of 84 runners competed, all for the benefit of the museum.
BERLIN- Six decades of Stephen Decatur High School basketball history will be on display over Thanksgiving weekend with an alumni tournament featuring some of the school’s top players from 1954 to the present. The first-ever Bragging Rights tournament is set for Saturday, November 28, right in the middle of Thanksgiving weekend. The tournament will feature eight men’s teams competing in … Continue reading
This week’s Atlantic Physical Therapy “Tough Guy of the Week” award went to De’Quan Andrews for his outstanding play against Snow Hill in the season finale. Pictured above is Andrews (center) flanked by Coach Bob Knox (left) and ATP President and CEO Bob Hammond (right). Submitted photo
BERLIN- Worcester Prep standout Grace Tunis has been named a Maryland finalist in the 2015 National Wendy’s High School Heisman Program. Each year, Wendy’s recognizes senior student-athletes from each state celebrating their achievements both in and out of the classroom with its High School Heisman Trophy Awards. Just as the collegiate Heisman is known for being the highest award in … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity cross-country teams turned in solid performances in the state 3A-East region meet last week with several runners placing in the top 100. The Decatur boys finished 10th overall. Finishing in the top 100 were Cameron James (47th), Javier Hernandez (50th), Jack Reimer (58th), Jared Massey (62nd), Chance Coley (63rd), Matt Alvarado (72nd), and Ethan Jansen (74th). … Continue reading
BERLIN- Two of Worcester Prep’s outstanding student-athletes this week signed letters of intent to continue the athletic and academic careers at Division II schools next year. Senior Ross Dickerson, a varsity lacrosse player and face-off specialist this week signed a national letter of intent to play and attend school next year at the University of Tampa. Senior Hanna Nechay, a … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team took out several weeks of frustration on Worcester County rival Snow Hill, routing the Eagles, 52-13, last Friday. The season had a promising beginning for Decatur with three straight wins and a 3-0 start, but a series of critical injuries and ill-timed errors and penalties sent the Seahawks on a six-game skid through the … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity cross country teams turned in solid performances in the Bayside Conference championship meet, finishing high in the team standings while placing several individual runners near the top of their respective divisions. The Decatur boys’ finished second overall in the Bayside Conference championship meet at Cambridge last Thursday with 59 total team points. Kent Island was first … Continue reading
BERLIN- The Stephen Decatur boys’ varsity soccer team’s up and down season came to a close with a 3-1 loss to Atholton in the state 3A-East Section II semifinal at home on Tuesday. The Seahawks were hot and cold all season, finishing 6-5-1, but earned the number-two seed in the Class 3A-East Section II bracket and a first-round bye. Atholton … Continue reading
BERLIN- The Beach Lacrosse Club is now holding player registration for the upcoming 2016 spring season as it prepares for its 23rd year of providing a quality youth lacrosse program on the Lower Shore. Beach Lacrosse will field several teams for both boys and girls on different levels including under-9, under-11, under-13 and under-15. For younger players, the Scoopers program … Continue reading